Shirt – Middle Ages – Linen – M5

Shirt – Middle Ages – Linen – M5

45.00 76.00 

One of the basic garments of every reenactor.

The cut of M5 shirt is richly pleated  under the neck where it is finished with black trimming.

This style of shirt was popular in late Middle Ages and Renaissance. It is often seen on portraits from this periods.

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One of the basic garments of every reenactor.

The cut of M5 shirt is richly pleated  under the neck where it is finished with black trimming.

This style of shirt was popular in late Middle Ages and Renaissance. It is often seen on portraits from this periods.

Standard version is sewn of natural colour linen with a of denisty: 180 g/m2. White linen as well as other colours and fabrics are available on request.

Natural colour of linen is historically correct. On the paintings you can see white linen  mostly on nobles.

Nevertheless, don’t be fooled by a medieval painting depicting snow-white underwear worn by peasants and worst rascals, because natural linen will get lighter over time. Especially when exposed to direct sunlight.

It is advised to look at iconography with cautiousness and deeper understanding.

Similarly to all other clothing from our offer we can apply machine or hand-stitching.

In case you need larger sizes than standard ones, we sew up to you measure which costs 15% extra.

Weight0,3 kg
Dimensions30 × 30 × 5 cm

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